The Naturally Accessible framework is about providing information on bushwalking track conditions so users can select tracks that are suitable for them. Whether you’re a regular bushwalker, or new to it, we believe that information provision is a powerful way of reducing disability and enabling more people to spend time in nature. SUGGESTING A WALK … [Read more…]


In the first phase of our Naturally Accessible project (2016-2017), we developed a manual that outlines how to document and promote bushwalks. Tailored for land managers, the manual runs through the rationale for providing information, the sort of barriers and facilities that are important to document, how to collect and collate the information and lastly … [Read more…]